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Here is your one-stop shop for space launches with our February launch schedule. This month sees 125 satellites launched and 2 cargo deliveries to the ISS. Read on to find out more!

Last updated: March 4th 2021

Satellite Launches

  • LAUNCH SUCCESS 4th: Approximately 60 satellites are launched aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket as part of their Starlink broadband network. Known as Starlink V1.0-L18, the 19th Starlink mission will launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 06:19 GMT.
  • LAUNCH SUCCESS 16th: SpaceX launch approximately 60 satellites aboard a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 03:59 GMT. The 20th Starlink mission building the Starlink broadband network, the mission is known as Starlink V1.0-L19. Delayed from February 14th.
  • LAUNCH SUCCESS 24th: China launch 3 Yaogan 31 military reconnaissance satellites aboard a Long March 4C rocket from Jiuquan, China at approximately 02:15 GMT.
  • LAUNCH SUCCESS 28th: India launch the Brazilian Earth observation satellite AmazĂ´nia 1 from the Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, India at 04:53 GMT. It will also include payloads from private Indian companies.
  • LAUNCH SUCCESS 28th: The Arktika-M 1 satellite is launched aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket for the Russian government. It will launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.

Launches to the ISS

  • LAUNCH SUCCESS 15th: The 77th Progress cargo delivery ship will launch to the International Space Station aboard a Russian government Soyuz rocket. It will launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 04:45 GMT. Delayed from December 11th.
  • LAUNCH SUCCESS 20th: The 16th Cygnus cargo freighter launches on the 15th operational cargo delivery flight to the International Space Station aboard a Northrop Grumman Antares rocket. Known as mission NG-15, it will launch from Wallops Island, Virginia at 17:36 GMT. Delayed from February 1st. Watch it live from 17:00 GMT.

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